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Fund -lorlda Growth Found Growth Founders Mut Foursquare Fd Franklin Groupi DNTC Growth Utilities Income Stk Freedom Fund Fd ForMut Dep Fund of Amer Gen Securities Gibraltar Fund Group Sec: Apex Fund Balanced Fnd Common Stk rowth Fd Am rowth Indus. ryphon Fund Guardian Mut Hamilton: Fd HFI Growth Fund Hanover Fund Harbor Fund Harlwell JM rl&C Leverage Ned berg Gordn Hedge Fund Heritage Fund Hor Mann Fd Hubshman Fd ICM Flnl Fd ISI Growth ISI Income Impact Fund Imperial CapFd Imperial Grth Income Fd Bo* Independence Ind Trend Industry Fund INTEGON Grth Invest Co Am Invest Guid Fd Invest Indie Invest Tr Bos Investors Group t IDS New Dim Mutual Inc (Progressive Stock Selective . 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Invest Bd B-l 18.47 18.41 18.47 f .Oj Med,GBd3-2 if 12 19.06 19.09 4- .01 Med, GBd Disc Bd B-4 Inco Fd K-l Fd Grth K-2 HI-Gr Cm S-l Inco Stk S-2 Growth S-3 LoPr Cm S-4 Polaris Knlckrbck Fund Knlckrbck Grth Lei Ingtn Grwth Lexingtn Rsrch Liberty Fund Life Gth Stk Life Ins Inv Lincoln Nat Ling Fund Loom is Saylesi Canadian Captal Mutual Magna Inc Trust Manhattan Fd Mass Fund Mass Inv Grth Mass Inv Trust Mates Invest Mathers Meridian Fund Mid Amer 6.99 15.7^ 8.71 6.29 3.77 3.15 w=a ^• !Q ^.-3 0 3 15.64 3.65 8.67 - .16 6.23 — .li 3.73 — .11 3.13 — .08 6.01 — .14 7.42 — .It ^ = :S 12.16 12.44 4.94 5.00 — .10 4.65 4.68 — .1! 6.38 6.39 — .24 8.4$ 8.55 . — M — .01 . .W 12.20 12.08 12.15 — .27 7.90 4- .01 . 7.87 4.70 9.15 9.81 Mid Am. Mut Fd. 4.93 4.79 Moody's Cp 10.95 10.82 Moody's Fd " M.I.F. M.W1 Fund growth . 7.90 4.89 9.27 9.99 12.86 . . . 3.59 3.46 3.56 - .19 V.79 9.57 9.69 — Jl 11.33 11.28 11.33 — .09 4.93 4.79 4.86 — .0! ~" 4.83 — .1! IQ 39 _ 2< 1V66 11.56 11.66— .!( . — .22 — .1C . . — .29 12.69 12.82 — .31 3.56 - . Mut Omaha Gt Mul Omaha In 7.46 4.59 4.26 7.32 4.51 4.21 Mutual Snares Mutual Trust NEA Mutual K atl Indust atl investors Nat Secur Sen Balanced Bond Dividend Growth Preferred Income NelGrtn Fund Neuwlrtt* — New World Fd Newton—Fund Nicholas Strong Noreast Inv * Oceanogphc pmeaa Fund 100 Fund 101 Fund One William St O'Neill Fund Oppenheim Fd Oppenhem AIM OverCountr Sec Pace Fund Paul Revere 12.94 9.45 4.96 3.75 7.55 6.06 4.67 6.86 7.43 — .07 4.58 — .09 4.26 — .05 6.44 12.84 — .41 1.89 — .0. 8.84 — .1 8.20 — .1 6.50 - .22 19 t.34 4.90 3.72 7.40 S.W 4.64 ® 9.34 — .5L 4.VO — .10 3.75 — .Oi 7.54 — .09 SfflzS 7.47 7:12c : j! 16.74 17.08 — .31 10.97 11.04 — .11 12.49 12.50 — .3! 8.9S 9.26 - .32 14.52 14.54 — .10 5.B6 5.90 •*- .14 5.74 S.'TO I.'TO — .'is 12.31 12.13 1J.2* — .25 14.SS 593 Putnam Fimdn Eqult George Growth Income Invest Vista. Voyage Rep Tech Revera Fund Rinfret Fund Rosenthal Salem Fund Schuster Scudder Fundsi Intl Inv Special Balanced Common Stk Security Fundsi Equity Invest Ultra Selected Amer "elected Spec hamrock Fund Sherman Dean Side Fund High Low Lait Net 6.6S 12.22 8.77 7.38 6.08 3.63 9.31 13.15 5.52 4.70 12.7V 6.59 12.16 8.71 7.07 6.05 7.30 S.92 3.56 9.16 6.67 — .21 12.17 — .21 8.75 — .16 7.07 — .11 6.05 — .18 7.33 — .26 6.02 — .16 3.61 — .07 9.26 — ," 13.14 13.15 4- .02 5.41 5.52 — .08 4.64 4.65 — .15 12.63 12.66 — .69 12.63 12.63 28.64 28.28 13.31 '-•- 12;63 — .10 28.36 — .69 8.64 2.67 6.79 5.98 fB.12 13.21 — .23 8.47 8.56 - .25 2.57 6.74 •5.76 8.27 12.04 1 2.65 — .10 6.77 — 5.92 8.34 — .20 . — .09 — .13 12.37 — .15 9.07 — .21 14.18 14.55 — .44 8.50 8.58 — .14 9.10 8.86 7.27 7.06 7.21 — — 27 — '.14 Smith Barney ~outhwstn-lmf- lOUthwnlnv Gth ioverelgn Inv ipectra Fund Stable Bond GR 9.36 9.18 9.34 — .14 7.80 7.74 7.78 — .14 7.90 7.73 7.83 — .28 -7.49—7.35— 7.43 — .10 ' ~ 5.47 5.55 — .18 12.27 —.12 6.29 12.13 6.10 Steadman Fundst Amer Ind Fiduciary Science Stein Roe Fdti alance ,4.76 4.69 4.16 4.11 4.10 4.02 4.47 4.43 11.75 18.00 7.43 5.64 3.03 2.94 4.23 — .21 4.70 —.12 4.14 —.11 4.09 —.09 4.47 — .07 18.50 —1.08 7.40 — .26 5.61 — .11 3.03 — .09 Stock Sup Inv Grth Sup Inv Sumt 16.57 16.28 16.55 — .27 -7.41.—7.29—7.40 .1 [ SvncrD TMR.- Apprec Teachers Assoc Technical Fund Technology Temp Gth Can Tower MR 8.15 7:99 j.a- ii? 11.35 11.01 7.53 4.40 »-19 .14 11.36 — '.2! 1.70 5.79 — M . -6 rravelers Et _ PudorHedge Fd KMh Cen Gr In 7.M 23iU 4.51 8.11 — .18 1.31 —.01 7.40 — .25 11.14 86 7.70 — .15 4.50 — .1! . 6.21 - J> 23.72 23.79 + .T3 4.42 4.48 — .09 A4f- 6^1— t:40-^-fit 7.96 ' 7.92 7.93 — 1! 12.64 12.52 12.63 — :19 2.70 Union Capital. United Funds: Accumulate Income Science Vanguard Unit Fd t ean B Value Line Fdi Value Lin« Income tt 7.75 2.66 — .09 3.72 — .11 8.26 — .19 8.05 — .Of 7.81 — .16 5.73 5.83 — .14 11.17 11.29-128 6.12 7.80 6.24 - !l6 6.96 — .11 7.75 — ;09 19.03 — .33 12.53 — .3! 8.16 — .15 6.77 — .Id Wisconsin Fund Worth Fund 2.17 2.17 - .05 " Active Americans NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) - Follo\wng are the 10 most active stocks traded last week on the American Stock Exchange: . Mual .._ . und 1 Pi grim Fund Pilot Fund .261 Pine Street 6.BO — .23 7.S — .19 7.62 — .33 6.09 _ 14 -1.C1 4944 4'.i — 4512 30 - -J. lA&ft- Ua r-— .AMERICAN WEEKLY MARKET DURY This Week iftventOFles— valued $16,000,556. StOckliolder equity 'By font Clark • (Th« Register's Financial Edit*) Another offering of 4flK),000 shares of stock of Paftiida, Inc. —.including 90,000 shares sold by the company to provide additional capital—has been completed at $24.25 a share, and the stock was bid late last week at $25.25. In addition to the stock sold by the company, which provided about $2.09 million of new capital, 310,000 shares were sold, by "principal' and selling stockholders." . The company, which operate$ 95 discount stores (Gib' son Discount Centers) in 10 states, including 23 in Iowa, sold 100,000 shares a year ago, and selling stockholders sold 300,000 shares at that time. Therefore, the present offering will put 800,000 shares, or about ^7.9 per cent of the 2,108,380 outstanding after the offer, ing, in the hands of the public. Pamida intends to use the proceeds from the recent sale to- retire $1 million of short- term bank loans and use the balance to provide? working capital and inventories required in the firm's store expansion plan. More Stores The company added 23 stores to its system in the last year. The facilities, generally in communities of-5,000 to 20,000 persons, range in size from 2,000 to 29,000 square feet of space, and offer 14,000 different items on a s e 1 f-service, cash-and-carry, discount-price basis. Merchandise, which..consists primarily of nationally advertised brands, is selected for quick sale to provide rapid in ventory turnover, according to the prospectus on the offering. In fiscal 1970, the year ended Jan. 31, about 50 per cent of retail sales represented merchandise supplied by the firm's own warehouses, while most of the remainder was purchased directly from manufacturers. Pamida, headquartered in Omaha, was incorporated in 1962 and was organized in its present form in January, 1969, when it acquired nine operating subsidiaries from controlling, shareholders in exchange for shares of its stock. The controlling shareholders were D. J. Witherspoon and L. E. Wegener, directors and officers of the company, and eight trusts for Witherspoon's chil dren. Witherspoon Witherspoori, president and bunder of the company, held 55.7 per cent of the firm's stock before the offering and . held 49.18 per cent after the sale. Including shares in the trusts, loldings that he and his family lave now stand at about 59.13 jer cent of outstanding stock, after the sale. Other selling stockholders were Wegener, who sold 20,000 shares, reducing holdings to 2.14 per cent_0f outstanding stock, and 1,000 shares sold by the Witherspoon foundation, reducing holdings to 0.06 per cent of outstanding stock. The company's net income for the fiscal year ended Jan. 31 was up 52.9 per cent to $3,030,792, or $1.51 a share vs. $1.04 a year earlier as sales rose-43-»4-per cent to $62,561,128 vs. $43,612,917 in fiscal 1969. Compared with fiscal 1968, the latest year's sales were up 123 per cent and earnings were 190 per cent; higher; compared with fiscal 1967 Bales were 219 per cent higher and net up<J39 per cent; and compared with the year ended Jan. 31, 1968; fiscal 1970 sales were STjKper cent higher and earnings had jumped 708 per cent,/ The company^ margin of profit improved'w 4.84 per cent of sales in the latest fiscal year vs. 4.32 per cent in fiscal 1969; 3.72 .per cent in fiscal 1968; 3.53 per-cent in fiscal 1967; and 2.85 per cent in fiscal }966. Iowa Storef The company's Iowa stores are at Carroll, CenterviHe, Chariton, Charles City, Clarinda, Clarion, Creston, Decorah, Denison, Estherville, Fairfield, Port Dodge, GrinneU, Indianola, Knoxville, Mt. Pleasant, Oskaloosa, Red Oak, Shenandoah, Spencer, Washington, Webster City and Winterset. Each stars has a manage who is compensated with salary and a bpnus based on sales and profits of the store. The firm provides centralized accounting services for the stores, and pays most invoices. The right to operate stores under the Gibson name was acquired under an agreement with Gibson Products Co., Seagoville, Tex., and a small annual fee is paid for the right. la addition to its stores, Pa- mida operates a seryice- mercnandising (rack jobbing) Ibiif serves about 1,400 non-affiliated retailers. On last Jan. 31 the firm had total $19,567,$^ in- in the copipiny w^s $1(J, 190,209 on Jan. 31, equal to $5.05 a share on stock then outstanding. . Pamida's stock, traded in the over-the-counter market, had a top of $40 a share in 1969, and sold up Io $34.50 -earlier this year. It was bid late in the week _at $25.50, Jl above the recenit .offering price. The 1969 offering was at $24. WIKNEBAGO SALES Winnebagf, Industries, Inc., Forest City, had record 1 sales for any one week of $4,063,000 for the Apr. 27-May 2 period, according to John V. Hanson, marketing manager, who said last week that "420 motor homes comprised the majority of the (week's) record sales." Sales for March and April, the first two .months of the present fiscal year, totaled $15.4 million, an . increase of 100.7 per ,cent compared with the volume pf $7,673,000 injhe same period~of 'fiscal 1970."" ' The marketing manager said the firm's "retail .sales are holding up extremely well," adding that this month's "shipment should also be ahead of last year's May shipments." Hanson, who is the son of the firm's founder and president, John K. Hanson, said sales for the first two months .of the first quarter were $2 million greater than the record for the entire first quarter a year ago. The company reported recently that earnings for the fiscal year ended Feb. 28, were 32 per cent higher than a year ago at $3,206,142, or 53 cents a share vs. 42 cents a share a year earlier as sales rose 34.6 per cent to $44.96 million. Winnebago's stock, traded in the over-the-counter market has ranged this year from $15 to $22.50, and was bid recently at $17, where it. was off 59.5 per cent from the 1969 high of $42, but still 10,780 per cent above the price at which initial stock was offered in 1965 ($12.50 prior to subsequent splits that amount to 80 for 1). KAYOT, INC. Kayot, Inc., Mankato, Minn., producer of marine products and recreational vehicles that has Iowa subsidiaries at Forest City (Forest City Industries, Inc.) and at Indianola (former- y McCoy Mfg. and Sales Co.) suffered a net loss in the first half of fiscal 1970 despite an 18 per cent gain in sales. This was revealed in figures released by Eugene J. Bled- scheid, Kayot' s president, who noted, that operating results for the first half, of the year, the six months ended Feb. 28, are 'traditionally close to the break-even point due to the seasonal nature of the leisure-time business." He said, however, that this year's normal seasonal pattern "was accentuated by projected heavy development^and start-up costs associated with the new motor home plant, a new marine/manufacturing facility and the introduction of twp new boating lines." ' ••' a'has The firnrhas a new 42,000- square-loo.t. Marine Division fa- ity/iBt Mankato, and a new 68<000-square-foot \Vanderer {motor home) Division plant at Indianola. me first six months of the fiscal year sales were $3,563,000 vs. $3,018,000 a year ago, but the firm had a loss of $162,000, 'or 29 cents a snare compared with operating earnings of $4,000 or 1 cent a share for the six months ended Feb. 28,1969. ~FoT^the~~fiscal year ended Aug. 31, 1969, Kayot's net in. come was $403,255, or 75 cents a share, up 19.8 per cent, as sales rose 29.9 per cent to $10,2961,075. However, the firm's fiscal 1969 net included a nonrecurring profit of $42,636. Without that, profits were up 7.1 per cent. Biedscbeid said the firm's Marine Division is now fully operational, and. that the In- dianoia iacflny-nas Breached expected production levels for the new line of Wanderer motor homes and Uje ries pf cruising houseboats. He added that the firm i$ "quite optimistic about prospects for an excellent year," and confident of prospects for "significant company growfh in the years immediately ahead." Kayot's stock, sold to the public in February, 1969, *t $12 a share, ranged last year up to $36, and was bid recently at the level of the offering, $12 a share. The Basinest fide appears daily la The Dei Moioei Register. Great Lakes PIERRE, S.D. — Across the center of South Dakota, docile bluewater lakes stretch as far as the eye can see. The surface bustles with fish- -ernten" and water-skiers, the banks are lined with picnickers and campers, and skin- diving is popular. These are the new "Great takes of South Dakota," formed by four enbrmous dams on the Missouri River at Yankton, Fort Randall, Fort Thompson and Pierre. The recreational development is a striking result of the dams. The new reservoirs TRAVEL a^d VACATION NEWS have created 2,500 miles of Hew shoreline, and campgrounds, picnic areas, docks and marinas, have been blossoming beneath the picturesque chalk cliffs. The chain was the pathway of Lewis and Clark during their explorations of 1804-05, and later served as an avenue for the fur trade and the first homesteaders- and miners on thOT way to the gold rush in the Black Hills, 'r- There-are more than 33 species of fish in the reservoirs. Nordic Fest In July DECORAH, IA. - The annual Nordic Fest is set for July 24-26. As in years before many of the events will be- centered around the Norwegian-American Museum where collections show spinning, weaving, candle-making and woodworking as done in the. pioneer period. The fourth National Rose Painting Exhibition will include outstanding representations "of this decorative Norwegian folk art. On the program schedule are parades, folk .music events, an antique show, tours. East Michigan Guide Book BAY CITY, MICH. - The 1970 East Michigan Vacation Guide (148 pages) provides detailed information about camping facilities, fishing, boating, golf courses and swimming beaches. It contains descriptive information of more than 600 resorts, motels, hotels, lodges, attractions and gift shops. Copies may be obtained free by writing to East Michigan Vacation Guide, Log Office, Bay City, Mich. 48706. - Old Mill / The Bellinger Mill at/Burfordville, Mo., is a/picturesque combination/of bridge and mill. It was/b'uilt in 1800. Burfordville is west of Cape Girardeau,-a trading post long ago. / H»wall-Pac. South W»st — f «oeclal tour. May I0-Jgn» 21. Vrlte tor. brochure. A special i kug. 6-Sept, 8. Is.-Sept. 18-Oct. 14, Gwen 'Oliver Wllllamsbun, la. 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